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Whoreson  n.  A bastard; colloquially, a low, scurvy fellow; used generally in contempt, or in coarse humor. Also used adjectively. (Archaic)

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"Whoreson" Quotes from Famous Books

... you offend not in the greatest. For Christ thought, if he might bring you from the smallest manner of faults, and give you warning to avoid the least, he reckoned you would not offend in the greatest and worst, as to call your neighbour thief, whoreson, whore, drab, and so forth, into more blasphemous names; which offences must needs have punishment in hell, considering how that Christ hath appointed these three small faults to have three degrees of punishment in hell, as appeareth by these three terms, judgment, council, and hell-fire. ...
— Sermons on the Card and Other Discourses • Hugh Latimer

... of that hell-cat Torrevieja. Come on! let's get inside before the hour arrives for the sheeted dead to squeak and gibber in these lonely halls. Light your pipes, your tobacco is a sure protection against 'your whoreson dead bodies'; light up and ...
— Black Spirits and White - A Book of Ghost Stories • Ralph Adams Cram

... rest, hearing and bleating in concert, stared to see whither their brother-ram should be carried. In the meanwhile the drover was saying to his shepherds: Ah! how well the knave could choose him out a ram; the whoreson has skill in cattle. On my honest word, I reserved that very piece of flesh for the Lord of Cancale, well knowing his disposition; for the good man is naturally overjoyed when he holds a good-sized handsome shoulder of mutton, instead of a left-handed racket, in one hand, with a good ...
— Gargantua and Pantagruel, Complete. • Francois Rabelais

... hope thou wilt. [To Launce] How now, you whoreson peasant! 40 Where have you been these two ...
— Two Gentlemen of Verona - The Works of William Shakespeare [Cambridge Edition] [9 vols.] • William Shakespeare

Words linked to "Whoreson" :   obscenity, filth, illegitimate child, sob, issue, vulgarism, motherfucker, progeny, asshole, unpleasant person, illegitimate, offspring, cocksucker

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